EuropeNow Journal

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EuropeNow is an online monthly journal of ideas, art, and politics relating to Europe, with a blog that publishes weekly. We feature research, criticism, and journalism on Europe alongside literary nonfiction, fiction, poetry, translations, and visual art from or concerning Europe. Our contributors are established and emerging academics, artists, authors, and journalists from a wide range of countries, while the editorial staff and committee similarly consist of both experienced and emerging editors. Our mission is to provide a unique, kaleidoscopic understanding of various political and academic topics, and to expand this dialogue to literature and the arts.

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Publications Executive Sub-Committee
Karen Anderson (Chair); Nicole Shea; Deborah Reed-Danahay; Erik Bleich; Orfeo Fioretos

Executive Editor 
Nicole Shea, CES

Katrine Øgaard Jensen, CES

Associate Editor 
Kayla Maiuri, CES

Assistant Editor
Lillian K, CES

Graphic Designer
Zoey Ren, CES

Web Designer
Zachary Zinn, CES

Political Science Editorial Committee
Malcolm Campbell-Verudyn, McMaster University; Matteo Laruffa, LUISS Guide Carli University; Mihai Sebe, European Institute of Romania

Research Editorial Committee
Geography: Hélène Ducros (Chair), University of North Carolina; Economics: Courtney McNamara, Norwegian University of Science and Technology; International Relations: Daniela Irrera, University of Catania; History: Samantha Lomb, Viatka State University; Louie Dean Valencia-García, Harvard University; Nicholas Ostrum, Stony Brook University; Sociology: Ozden Oack, George Mason University; Anthropology: Kelly McKowen; Comparative Literature: Thomas Nolden, Wellesley College;

Arts Editorial Committee
Contemporary Art Curator: Maria-Alina Asvei, Charles University; Architecture: Antonio Laruffa, Politecnico di Milano; Visual Arts: Megan Plunkett, Bard College; Painting: Lily Prince, Bard College, Academic Pathologist & Illustrator: Eugen Petcu, Griffith University

Mellon-CES Editorial Fellows
History: Christopher Gillett, Brown University; William Skidmore, Rice University; Music History: Christopher Bowen, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Andrea Recek, University of North Texas; Art History: Paula Burleigh, City University of New York; Anthropology: Carol Ferrara, Boston University; Samantha Fox, Columbia University; Dana Johnson, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Lorraine Weekes, Stanford University; English: Sarah Watson, University of Pennsylvania

Commentary Editor
Abbigail Rosewood, Columbia University

Commissioning Editor, Politics
Olivia Wells, Vytautas Magnus University

Literary Editors
Patty Nash, University of Iowa
Scott Shanahan, Columbia University

Podcast Producer
Daniel Goulden, Brandeis University

Contributing Editors
Mirza Purić, University of Vienna
Stacy Mattingly, Berklee College of Music

Olaya Barr, Columbia University


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